2000 word essay in 6 hours

I have an assignment regarding business law class and will pay for it to be completed only for same day in 6 hours is the final deadline. 

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The purpose of the writing assignment is to assess each student’s ability to read a case or statute and extrapolate the legal and ethical principles discussed and expounded therein and apply those principles to factual situations.  When  parties  enter  into  contracts,  they  imagine  some  benefit  they  will  receive  from  the  arrangement. At  times,  a  party  that  has  negotiated and  entered  into  a  contract  finds  that  the  agreement no longer benefits them. At times, a party that has negotiated and entered into a contractfinds that they are no longer able to perform their duties under the contract. Perhaps one of the parties  to  an  existing  contract  finds  that  they  will  receive  a  greater  benefit  from  selling  or  transferring their rights under a contract to someone else, as opposed to just maintaining the status quo.  In the course of contractual performance, the parties to a contract will at times agree to substitute a new party into the contract in place of one of the original parties. This is called a novation. The manner in which parties effect and negotiate the novation, and the consequences of novation, may present legal and ethical dilemmas. What happens if the substituted party fails to perform its duties under the contract? To whom may the non-breaching party look for satisfaction?  This case study will look at the ethical and legal dilemmas associated with the process of novation. You will need to find and discuss two Florida Court opinions regarding novation.  For  each  case,  you  must  provide  the  following:1)  a  brief  recitation  of  the  facts  of  the  case,  indicating  the  identities  of  the  parties,  their  relationship;  2)  a  brief  recitation  of  the  issue(s)  considered by the court as it analyzes the respective rights and responsibilities of the parties; 3) a summary of the court’s decision on the issue and the reason why the court came to this decision; and 4) a discussion of the ethical issues involved. The court might not itself consider the ethics of the contract or the relationship between the parties. However, I ask that you consider the ethics of the following: a) do you think that it was ethical for the parties to seek to substitute a new party into the contract in place of one of the original parties? b) what was the reason why the party or parties sought a novation? c) was the novation completed? d) was the novation satisfactory to the parties, and why or why not? e) did someone seek to enforce the contract against the substituted party? f ) was it ethical for them to do so? g) are there any other ethical issues you can identify? For each case you are citing, you will need to provide me with a case citation, as well as the source for your case, whether it be a legal text, a website, or some other source. This assignment must be at least 1,000 words long, but may not exceed 2,000 words. Each student must turn in their own assignment. This is not a group assignment.  

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